Club Repair Pricing
|Grip Installation||$5.00 per club (for grips not purchased at Austad’s Golf )|
|Loft/Lie Adjustment||$5.00 per club|
|Reshaft Club||$20.00 (plus cost of shaft)|
|Steel Club Shaft||$25.00 per shaft|
Once a golf club shaft has been broken , it cannot be repaired, but it can easily be replaced. Shafts can be replaced at golf pro shops and most golf stores, but it is also a fairly easy project to do yourself.
Price to Reshaft Irons If you need a new graphite shaft in your iron , you could be looking at spending anywhere from $40-$100 just for the shaft .
The results found that golfers typically change their clubs after hitting the four-year milestone – with some even having clubs 10 years after their purchase date! The results are: 7% replace their clubs every 12 months. 2% replace them every 2 years .
According to most golfers, it is worth reshafting irons if your iron shaft is damaged, or if the shaft is not suitable for your swing.
And if you’re adjusting the lie angle , it’s possible you could be making a good swing and getting penalized because your specs are off. Getting the loft and lie angle checked is going to run you anywhere from $2-$5 per club , depending on the amount of work needed.
Three main reasons why golf clubs break : Some players, when frustrated by yet-another poor shot, will often slam the club against the ground. If this done often enough and hard enough, it could crack a metal-wood head, weaken the epoxy fastening the head to the shaft, bend a steel shaft or crack a graphite shaft.
GolfWorks High Strength Epoxy Golf Club Head Shaft Adhesive, 50 ml. This industry standard high-impact, high-strength epoxy is formulated for clubmakers. Creates a very strong bond, high shear strength for very high torque resistance. High strength epoxy is a 1:1 mix ratio, sets in 18 hours and cures in 24 hours.
Probably not a good idea to use Gorilla glue , as the force and torque pressure put on a golf shaft would likely would be too much and result in the glue failing, and the club head flying off the the golf shaft.
Best Epoxy To Use for Golf Shafts Permatex products – They are very easy to use and separate options are available for metal-to-metal and graphite-to-metal. JB Weld – This epoxy is affordable and has fast adhesion properties.
Most iron shafts have a . 370 of an inch tip and most wood shafts have a . Rotate the shaft while sliding it in and out of the hosel, evenly coating the shaft and hosel with epoxy. Align the shaft graphics the way you want them by rotating the shaft.
Take your golf towel and rub the shaft vigorously up and down. The friction will heat up the shaft to a point where you can straighten a slight bend . (Yes, it actually works.) Use nail polish for a custom, Tour-pro-grade paint job on your irons and wedges.